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Some dogs bark a lot when they want to tell you about something specific they have seen or heard, for example a visitor at the door, a car pulling onto a driveway, or the phone or doorbell ringing. This is called ‘alarm barking’.

Citronella collars deliver a small, short blast of citronella every time the dog barks. These types of collars have been shown to be at least as effective as electronic collars, and do not risk causing any pain or real discomfort to the dog.[79]

The problem with shouting at a dog is that it thinks that you are upset as well. The problem is that it does not blame itself for your distress. It thinks that you are concerned about the threat too. Also, if you carry on shouting at your dog, it actually thinks you are joining in, thereby reinforcing its initial alert. I once met a couple whose dog would bark non-stop for 30 minutes. The only reason it stopped after a half-hour was because the wife’s voice stopped working, she screamed at it for so long.

Introduce training early, and start the quiet and place commands as soon as they can understand them. This type of early positive conditioning will help ensure that your dog never becomes a barker in the first place.

Place your dog in a travel crate which restricts both movement and his vision of the outside distractions. Use a seat belt safety lead if you can’t use a crate. Begin training good car manners by making your dog sit and wait before jumping in the car. Play the radio to distract from outside noises.

I mentioned the importance of your relationship and confidence not only in your own ability to handle situations but also your dog’s confidence in you. This comes through dog exercise, dog training, spending time together, setting limits and boundaries and showing appreciation for behaviors that are pleasing. Controlled walks, games such as retrieving, and learning to be patient by simply sitting or laying down by your side or relaxing in his crate will create a companion that sees no need to bark without a good reason. In this way you build a foundation of trust and confidence that lets your dog know when he can and should bark and also when he can be quiet.

Unfortunately, this is one of the most used methods to get dogs to stop barking. In case you are not aware of this, a shock dog collar is a special collar that includes a remote. You use the remote to practically shock the dog when he does something wrong. Some people use it to correct barking. The problem is that this is not going to work. The dog will not actually understand why he is shocked and will only know that he has something around the neck that is hurting him.

Once you discover the true reason for the behavior, you can begin to learn how to get a dog to stop barking. The method that you use to stop the behavior will vary depend on the reason why your dog is making the nuisance noise in the first place. Don’t worry, I’ll explain everything you need to know about learning how to get a dog to stop barking in this article.

Never use a muzzle to keep your dog quiet for long periods of time or when you’re not actively supervising him. Dogs can’t eat, drink or pant to cool themselves while wearing muzzles, so making your dog wear one for long periods of time would be inhumane.

Dogs barking excessively when left alone might not just be lonely or bored but suffer from separation anxiety. They often times exhibit other symptoms such as pacing, destructiveness, depression and might even defecate in places they know they are not allowed to.

Not when you have a law in your county that states if your dog interrupts the quiet of even one other person it is barking too much. And, yes, the law where I live is just that vague. I am having this problem with someone who lives 4 houses away and is in her house most of the time and cannot possibly hear my dogs bark, as they really do not bark to the level of “problem barking”. In Anne Arundel County, Maryland, dogs are not allowed to bark at all apparently.

Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not pull on the leash while being walked because they want to be pack leader, top dog, alpha or dominant over their human. There is a much simpler explanation that does not give credence to the myth that dogs are on a quest for world domination!

If you feel you do not have the time or the money to train your dog, I urge you for your own sake and the sake of others around you to really consider whether a dog is right for you at this point in your life.  Owning a dog in many ways is similar to having a child, as you are responsible for the dog’s welfare and are there to be the dog’s companion as well as his provider.  This is not a light responsibility, and lasts for rest of your pet’s life.

Can someone please do an article on the OPPOSITE? Dogs that refuse to walk? I have a very subborn mini bull terrier who puts the brakes on and will let me drag him rather than walk. After about 10 minutes of fighting he is fine for most of the walk and seems to like it but if he isn’t feeling it, he makes it known, which is EVERY single morning.

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In dog training, before we can fix any issue, we need to understand it. Barking is a very natural way that dogs vocalize. It’s a dog’s main form of communication, along with growling, grunting, yelping, whining, sighing and howling.

Please note that there there are instances of excessive barking for which it is a good idea to seek the advice of a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, a Veterinary Behaviorist, or a Certified Professional Dog Trainer first.

Recognize compulsive/boredom barking. If your dog barks compulsively for no reason, or tends to bark when she’s left alone (in the yard, for example), she may be engaging in boredom barking. Dogs that bark when left alone may be experiencing separation anxiety, but there are usually other symptoms which accompany that problem, like destructive behavior, bathroom problems, and following you around when you’re home. Common signs of compulsive or boredom barking include:

A tired dog, is a quiet dog. Nearly every dog can do from a little extra exercise, both mentally and physically. A dog that has had a good workout will be less likely to react to barking triggers. Take the time to exercise your dog daily by going for a run or playing fetch. Mind-teaser games like “find the toy” or hide-and-seek will also tire your dog out.

So let me tell you how many times these tools SAVES dogs lives. Every hunting season! Citronella is a terrible training tool, just as much as a choker chain on leash. You know a very slight “nic” that lasts 1/100 of a second is safer than putting an enormous amount of pressure on a dogs trachea. Back to the hunting season. Being the Dog lover you are, I am sure you know that Game Dogs such a labarabor retriever LOVE to waterfowl hunt and retrive game. They live for it, it’s in their blood. They get so excited just seeing you grab your gear or even your jacket. Talk about mean, when I grab mine in the off season just to put on, it’s like teasing them. Anyway, when they hit the 38 degree water after being sent to retrieve, the only control you have is the E-Collar. You have a whistle but because they are off lead, there still is NO control. Now when that bird turns out to be not fully deceased or there is a strong current and the bird continues to move further away from the shore, you get a bit on edge. You whistle however the dog is SO FOCUSED on what they love to do, it continues going further and further out and I whistle and whistle and he keeps going knowing that if I don’t get him back right now, he may not make it back and either drown or succumb to conditions. Now remember, they love the water, warm and COLD. They don’t care, they are built for this. Well that’s where the E-Collar comes into play, I can instantly and safely “nic” him which will get his attention and he quickly spins around and heads to shore. We all go home safe and sound. Also, if you educated yourself about E-Collars, you will also learn that the best training in the world is instant correction. It’s the only way they understand because they don’t think and remember like we do when they are being trained. That’s why rubbing their nose in their own urine while your away doesn’t house break a dog. Instant correction and consistency works every time. So I’d ask that instead of making a broad and unfounded opinion, maybe it will help to understand the way it works. Just to make you feel better, the collars are high tech, cost hundreds of dollars and can reach out to a mile. They also come with 28 settings, from the slightest “nik” that the human hand can barely feel to more powerful for those that have a real thick coat and may need a little more power. I’ve never heard a dog yelp or cry out in pain. Thanks for listening.

Dogs bark for a variety of reasons. They may be giving a warning to another animal, sounding an alarm, playing or instigating play, joining in the excitement of the moment, demanding a reaction (even using it as a command), doing it on command, out of fear and the need to drive another animal or object away, and sometimes dogs bark just for the sake of barking. On occasion it can be a combination of any of these. When puppies bark it can be insecurity after leaving the pack.

Greeting/Play: To stop a dog from going into a barking frenzy every time you come home or the doorbell rings, you’ll need to teach him other behaviors. One way is to train your dog to go to a spot and stay there when the door opens. It’s best if they can see the door, but not be too close to it. Pick a spot and practice getting your dog to go there and stay, but don’t touch the door yet. Use lots of treats and praise, making it a game.

You want some control over your dog’s voice, but don’t lose sight of the value of his vocal communications; he may be trying to tell you something important. If you ignore him you might find your horses on the highway, the house burned to the ground, or Timmy in the well.

Don’t muzzle your dog to keep them quiet for long periods of time when they are alone. It can be dangerous to your pet. Your dog regulates his temperature through the mouth by panting and a muzzles prevents your dog from doing this, as well as drinking water and eating.

Outside, you might consider putting slats in the chain link fence to cut down on his visual access to the world surrounding his yard (better yet, install a privacy fence) or put up an interior fence to block his access to the more stimulating parts of the yard. Given that alarm barking will inevitably occur, it’s also useful to teach him a positive interrupt – a cue, other than “Shut up!” that you can use to stop him in mid-bark. (See “The Positive Interrupt,” to the right of this page.)

More exercise: (helpful for all barkers) nearly every dog can benefit from more exercise, both mental and physical. A dog that has had a good workout will be less likely to be on alert for perceived interlopers or feel the need to pester you for attention. Take the time to wear your dog out every day with a rousing game of fetch or tug and get his brain activated by introducing mind-teasers like “find the toy” and hide-and-seek. Remember, a tired dog is a good dog!

Outside: Dogs that bark only outside are usually displaying territory barking, anxiety, frustration, or guarding behavior. They will often bark at the edge of the fence if anyone comes near or because they are bored.

Several variations of no-bark collars exist on the market, most of which have multiple levels of stimulation based on how quickly the dog learns. In other words, if the dog doesn’t stop, the collar will continue to provide increasing levels of shock until the dog learns. These are engaged in a manner which allows the dog to learn and recover, but the question we must ask ourselves is: How safe are these no-bark collars? Even if there’s no evidence of physical damage, are our dogs suffering unnecessary stress and anxiety through their use?

Call the relevant authority to report a noise complaint. Find out what town hall/council/municipal office or other relevant authority to call so you can file a report on your neighbors for a noise complaint.The authorities will talk to the dog owner and assess the situation. They will usually inform you of the outcome. If nothing changes, call again a few days later.[5]

One of the main benefits of the human-canine partnership is a dog’s natural ability to alert. You could say the talent for barking and guarding earned that first furry friend a place by the fire with our ancestors.

Still in the low-distraction environment, add moderate distractions – one at a time – and practice the interrupt. Gradually move up to major distractions in the low-distraction environment. If you lose his automatic response at any step, return to the previous step.

Then one day you decided not to get up and ignore the barking thinking this would nip the behavior in the bud. It did not work, your dog very likely barked even more than before. Why is this? It is because of the process of ”extinction burst”. Basically, your dog is thinking ”My owners this morning are not getting up as usual. I need to INCREASE, my barking in intensity and duration so they get up since just barking a little is not working”. She therefore barked more and perhaps you or somebody else in your family finally tired of hearing her, finally got up. How to stop a dog from barking

“elite lille hund bark kontrol hvordan man stopper en hund fra at gø det mens man er hjemme alene”

Vores bernerhan hvde også den meget dårlige vane som lille at sætte sig foran fjernsynes og gø for opmærksomhed – selvom han lige var aktiveret på alverdens måder Vi lavede det nummer med timeout og det tog ham 3 gange så fangede han den og stoppede ved et simpelt NEJ!!! Så nogen gange virker det altså.

104 maand) og Klodsmager; de var ikke konsenspligtige; thi det ansaas vel ikke rigtig for Haandværkere. Baade Klodsemageren og Træskomanden lavede ogsaa Varer til Udsalgssteder, hvor de til hver Tid kunde blive deres frembringelser kvit. Det var mest Vinteren, som var deres Tid til at lave Træsko og Klodser; om Sommeren havde de gerne en anden Gerning, som Tækkemand eller som en Slags Gartner, der gik fra det ene til det andet Sted, saaede Smaafrø (Suppeurter), klippede Gærder og Bosbom og ellers udførte hvad der var i Haven at gøre, og saa gjorde de Høsttjeneste, og om Efteraaret hjalp de ved at tærske Sædekorn, og der var mange andre Ting, som disse haandfærdige Folk blev brugte til. I Reglen kunde de godt ernære sig, de dygtigste havde meget Arbejde, som var bestilt og skulde laves efter Maal. Saa var der, dog mest i Nørreherred, dem, som lavede Skeer (en saadan kaldtes e Skiemaand) : de fleste af dem, ja vel næsten alle, var ogsaa Drejere. De lavede Ostekopper til at presse Ost i, Spyttebakker, Dragter, Strygespaaner, Spaankurve, Grydeskeer og mange andre Ting. De var heller ikke konsenspligtige; de blev ikke rigtig betragtede som Haandværkere. Der var Vævere, og derimellem rigtige Dreilsvævere, og de havde meget at bestille; men da den Slags Væv saa i Tidens Løb kunde købes næsten for Vævelønnen, gik det hjemmelavede Drejl af Moden. Ellers var det mest Vævepiger, der vævede; de sad dels i deres Hjem, og dels var de i Tjeneste; thi en hel Del Bønderkoner gjorde Væv til Salgs, noget Vadmel, men dog mest Linned. Skemagere og Væverpiger tog saavidt alle Høsttjeneste, og en Del af dem kom til Sønderherred, og Høsttjenesten var da fastsat til 4 Uger; blev Høsten endt før, maatte Husbonden alligevel beholde dem. for Karlenes Vedkommende var der nok at bestille; men Pigerne var da lidt tilovers; – trak Høsten ud over de 4 Uger, maatte der gøres ny Aftale. Svpigerne tog ogsaa Høsttjeneste ligesom Skræddersvendene, og det kan nok forstaas, at paa den Maade blev Høsten jo klaret uden de nu til Dags brugte Maskiner.

Ellers er min timing lidt svag, altså hvornår jeg skal stoppe? også når det er svagt træk? for hvad nu hvis han ikke forstår det? ved svage træk mere end ½ meter cirka siger jeg gerne lige hans navn så han lige stopper op og kigger og roser så.

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53 lave fjedervogne; der var en stor Del tostolede; saa kom der f aetoner og den sjællandske fjederkassevogn, og siden den Tid er der anskaffet Gigger, Jumber, og enkelte har ogsaa haft lukket Vogn, dog mest paa de større Gaarde. Vore Seletøjer i Sønderherred var med Brystblad, Bringetøi, og bestod af e Sellpude med Buggjord, Brystblad og Halsrem. Der brugtes Halskobbel; det var en stærk Læderrem med et Stykke Kæde, og i Enden var der en stor Ring, En Kjørevogn fra Kejnæs (Sønderborg Slot). der kunde gaa over Enden af Vognstjærten; senere fik vi Brystkobbel, som var bedre. Man havde i Ålrnindelig’ied Kieretei (Stadstøj) til Hestene, uoeustet og Ptovtei. Stadstøjet brugtes ved Bryllup og Ligfærd, men ellers ikke. Plovtøjet var en Del lettere og med lange Iiammelreb. Det daglige Seletøj og Plovtøjet lavede Bønderne tit selv, og det var i Nørherred Stavtei. Og saa Iiammelrebene til Stavtøjet lavede Bønderne. Naar de om Efteraaret skar Humlen af, skar de Rankerne over i saa lange Stykker, at de kunde sno dem sammen til Iiammelreb. Der fandtes ogsaa de fleste Steder Ridesaddel, da der blev redet meget.

Jernovnen Fra Grimms Eventyr I gamle dage, dengang man kunne få sine ønsker opfyldt, levede der en prins, som var fortryllet af en ond heks, så han måtte sidde inde i en jernovn ude i skoven. I mange år

Men tilbage til kogalskaben. Køb dog okse kød hos slagteren det er ikke dyrere når man tager kvaliteten i betragtning. Så kan du spørge ham om det er dansk kød og er det det kan du rolig spise det. Jeg vil dog ikke anbefale dig at købe udenlandsk. Køb dansk og der er ikke nogen risiko.

Pinschere og schnauzere var oprindelig staldhunde, hvis vigtigste opgave var at holde muse- og rottebestanden nede. Det gav dem også betegnelsen “rottehunde”. De vogtede desuden bl.a. hestene i stalden, hvorfor de den dag i dag har let til gøen, når fremmede nærmer sig. De er nysgerrige, opmærksomme og selvsikre. Pinschere er generelt vagtsomme og går ligesom mange terriere ikke af vejen for et rask slagsmål med andre hunde.

Som nævnt ovenfor kan alene-hjemme problemer blive udløst ved, at man har været konstant sammen med hunden i en periode og derefter begynder at forlade den igen. Når din hund igen kan være alene uden at give problemer, bør du derfor dagligt forlade den i korte perioder hver dag – også når du kan gå hjemme hos den hele dage, for eksempel når du har ferie.

Du må ikke belønne en hund gøen. Hvis hunden gøer for meget, ikke give ham et knus eller lad ham (hvis gøet ud) Det giver et forkert signal til hunden, at det er OK at gø. Jeg tror, ​​at min nabo gør det hele tiden.

Sørg for, at hunden ikke knytter sig for stærkt til en person i familien. Lad familiens medlemmer deles om “forpligtelserne” over for hunden – det vil sige gåture, fodring, social kontakt samt beskæftigelse. Fodringen af hunden bør dog kun foretages af familiens voksne medlemmer. Hvis du bor alene, bør du aftale med venner og bekendte, at de kommer og går tur med hunden en gang i mellem.

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Gently closing your dog’s mouth. If you have a dog that will bark and ‘sport’ at people or other animals a head halter, such as a Gentle Leader that enables you to close his mouth and guide him into an acceptable behavior is a big advantage. Introduce the halter so your dog accepts it willingly and, when an unwanted bark happens, lift the leash so the dog’s mouth closes and he is guided into a sit. Now move again and change your direction creating attention to you as you move elsewhere. So, we stop dog barking, we gain attention and we redirect to an acceptable behavior in one simple step.

Vi har en Beagle og den gør hver gang den ser et egern i haven, op til flere gange om dagen og det er MEGET belastende for os og vores naboer. jeg kan slet ikke flytte dens forkus før eller efter, den er næsten paralyseret og hvis jeg prøver at trække den ind i huset så napper den efter mig. Jeg går tur på stranden morgen og aften og lige så snart den er tilbage i haven ligger den sig tilrette på vagt på terrassen og holder vagt. Jeg laver søge lege i haven men føler faktisk det nu er blevet et fuldtidsjob. Det skal lige siges at vi flyttede ind i dette hus for 1 mdr siden og der er mange nye indtryk men har oplevet noget ligne situation i vores gamle hus, med den stædig gøen og ingen kontakt. jeg ved ikke hvad jeg skal stille op. Jeg håber du kan hjælpe.

214 I Ketting boede i det 18de Aarhundrede en gammel Kone, der kaldtes Groule; hun var fra et Sted paa Gaasegræs. Hun var en slem Heks; hun havde røde Øjne og havde ofte hindret folk i at kærne. Engang, da hun havde været oppe i Kroen og var ved at gaa, kylede Krokonen en brændt Tørv ud i forstuen efter hende, for at der ikke skulde efterlades skadelige Virkninger efter hende. Samme Krokone plejede ogsaa at komme lidt Salt i den Mælk, hun solgte hende, for at Heksen ikke skulde hindre hende i at faa Smør, naar han kærnede. Lidt yngre end Groule var Charlotte Rasmussen eller Kulgravers, som hun kaldtes, fordi hun hjalp sin fader med at grave Grave paa Kirkegaarden Hun var halt og boede i et Hus ved Siden af Kroen. Hun signede Folk. – Naar hun undertiden fik fat paa lille Barn, kunde det give sig til at græde, saa man vanskeligt kunde faa det til at standse igen. Tit maatte folk da have Bud efter en klog Mand eller en klog Kone, for at faa Barnets Graad standset. – En Gang var Kromandens Pige syg. Charlotte sagde da, at hun let kunde helbrede hende. Hun gik blot hen til Skorstenen og raabte tre Gange op i den:»ann er it hiemrn«. Omkring Midten af det 19de Aarhundrede var der ogsaa en Kone i Stevning, der almindeligt blev anset for Heks. Ofte døde en Kalv eller et andet Kreatur, naar hun havde været der i Huset, eller ogsaa kunde man ikke faa Smør ved Kærningen. I Guderup boede der ved samme Tid en gammel Kone, der var meget mistænkt og frygtet for Hekseri. Kunde man ikke kærne eller tilstødte et andet Uheld, var det gerne hendes Skyld. Kørte nogen til Bys med Korn, og han undervejs mødte hende, kunde det hænde, at hun fik et Smæk af Pisken, for ellers havde hun Magt over Vognen, og det blev let en ulykkelig Rejse. Det skete jævnlig, at Vognen gik i Stykker, naar man havde mødt hende. Der er helt ned mod vore Dage Mennesker, om hvem man tror, at blot de træder ind i en Stald, kan de forvolde, at Kreaturerne bliver syge og dør.

De to værste ting, du kan gøre, når din hund gør, er for det første at straffe den fysisk. Dette vil fremover påvirke jeres forhold negativt, og din hund vil aldrig kunne føle tillid til dig igen. Det andet er at råbe efter din hund. For hunden virker dette som noget, I har til fælles – at gø (råbe) sammen mod de andre derude.

A week would not go by without someone calling the Bark Control office upset by the fact that their dog has been in a fight or been attacked at the local dog park, or attacked another dog…Well we have the solution for you!

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I bought this after thoroughly reading reviews. I will admit to being concerned that this wouldn’t deter my obsessive barker, and only punish the dogs that don’t go overboard. I placed it at the window that my dachshund tends to bark out the most, and it has been HEAVEN in my house ever since. The biggest test was a couple days later, after he had a chance to get used to it. It was garbage day, the day he just doesn’t ever stop barking because there are constantly people and things outside to yell at. The most he will bark now is 2-3 quick barks and then he’s done. Heck, he slept through the garbage trucks coming through! He has, however, figured out that if he goes downstairs to the front door, he can bark without setting it off. However, since he can’t see out that door, he loses interest very quickly.

#35   1. dec 2011 Ignorer, ignorer og endnu engang ignorer. Hvis du lærer hunden at der ikke gives opmærksomhed ved den uønskede adfærd så stopper den. Hilsen Vivi som pt har et dejligt hysterisk gø uhyre

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NÅ! Nu til historien. Jeg kommer ud af min bil og Santos (Min hund) går uden snor på. Han plejer normalt altid at være i snor, men eftersom jeg skulle fra bilen og lige op til min mor (Der er 4 m.) fandt jeg det ikke nødvendigt – måske var det dumt, jeg ved det ikke helt. Vi kommer så gående hen imod opgangen og min hund går over på et stykke græs for at tisse. jeg står ved siden af ham og venter. Der kommer så en gammel mand ud og siger meget surt at hunden skal være i snor her. Jeg siger så, at det ved jeg godt, det plejer han også at være, men vi kom lige fra bilen af og skulle bare op. Han bliver så utrolig aggrasiv og står og råber´op og højt at min hund skal sku være i snor og om jeg kunne forstå det. Jeg bevare roen og siger at det kan jeg sagtens forstå og at jeg er ked af at han ikke er det lige nu, men som sagt at vi lige kommet fra bilen af og jeg sagde så også at han ikke gør ham noget og at han plejer at være i snor. Han bliver så ved med at være aggrasiv og siger om jeg kan forstå det og at jeg ikke en skid kunne styre min hund, hunden har lagt sig i græsset tæt ved mig (Han er 4½ måned).

sikke en sur gammel mand. Tænk hva nogle mennesker tillader sig. Kunne forstå hvis din hund rent faktisk havde løbet over til ham at han blev sur(selv om dette ikke giver ham tilladelse til at slå)men at den bare går og hygger sig 3 min…

Når en hund vil fortælle, at den er overlegen, gør den øjnene store og stirrende og fastholder blikket på modparten. En underlegen hund har derimod smalle øjne og undgår direkte øjenkontakt med modparten. Den kan også finde på at blinke i denne situation.

Hunde renlighed er naturligvis et emne, der optager de fleste hundeejere – og særligt dem, der har problemer med at få hunden til forrette sin nødtørft de rigtige steder. Her på siden kan du læse om hunde renlighed, og hvordan du træner din hund til at blive renlig.

The last straw was when my landlord told me Teddy wouldn’t be able to stay in my apartment if he continued to bark. I bought this on a Friday and it arrived on a Sunday (who knew deliveries were even made on Sunday’s!) and immediately it started to work. I actually barked into the machine setting it off and felt a very odd stinging my ears. I can only imagine what teddy felt/heard because as soon as I turned it on and he started barking he was whimpering and hiding behind his stuffed animals. AND THEN HE FINALLY STOPPED BARKING.

Som med al anden træning gælder det om, at markere og belønne ønsket adfærd og forebygge, ignorere, aflede – eller indlære en alternativ adfærd, når hunden har en uønsket adfærd. Aldrig irettesætte eller bruge andre typer ubehag, det skaber stress og ødelægger tilliden.

Hvalpen bør i denne periode lære at blive renlig, ligesom den bør vænnes til at gå i snor. Forskere har fundet ud af at hvalpen helst vil sætte sin urin og sin afføring på samme type underlag som den gjorde i 8.5 ugers alderen. Hvis hvalpen således urinerer på græs, vil den også fremover foretrække græs når den skal på toilettet. Her har du som ejer mulighed for at påvirke din hund i positiv retning.

Har du ikke lært din hund renlighed fra hvalp af, er du nødt til at starte forfra og træne den som en hvalp. Til at starte med, må du opstille nogle regler for hunden. Efter noget tid, bliver reglerne til vane.

Så har man muligheden allerede mens hunden er hvalp, så vil jeg klart anbefale at den ikke er alene i haven. Det kan være for sent når vi først kommer ud når skaden er sket, og stressniveauet er kommet op i aktiviteten.

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Your dog needs to understand when to bark and when to be quiet, and it’s your job to teach this to her. Start working on problem barking as soon as you can. The longer you wait, the harder it gets to curb the behavior.

Citronella spray collar – Citronella spray bark collars use a burst of citronella spray to reduce and ultimately eliminate excessive barking. They may not always be as effective but research shows that they are less harmful and cause less stress in dogs.

The secret to stopping the behavior is therefore to never give in. The worst thing that can be done giving in some days and resisting others. This puts the dog on a ”variable schedule”. What this means is that if the dog barks and gets fed one day and not the next day, the behavior of barking only puts more roots because it works in the same way as ”playing the lottery”. People get hooked on playing the lottery because of the variability of it. Slot machines are based on this principle.

Dogs are social animals, so it’s natural for them to bark when they hear others barking. You can discourage this tendency by keeping your dog indoors when other dogs are barking, by playing music to drown out the sound of other dogs, and by distracting your dog with treats or play when other dogs bark (whether it’s in real life or on TV).

Once your dog can reliably bark on command, teach him the “quiet” command. In a calm environment with no distractions, tell him to “speak.” When he starts barking, say “quiet” and stick a treat in front of his nose. Praise him for being quiet and give him the treat.

I like the place command, as it’s so nice to have them go to a place out of the way and lie down if you need to answer the door. You can find step-by-step instructions on training the place command here.

“Often, a dog’s bark means he’s bored or frustrated, and he wants us to fix it,” she says. “In situations where you’re not sure what the cause of the barking is, it’s fair to assume your dog would like to interact with you.”

This is the dog who saves his family from a fire, tells us that Timmy’s in the well, scares off the rapist, barks at the dogs on Animal Planet – and goes bonkers every time someone walks past on the sidewalk outside the picture window. Alarm barkers can save lives – but sometimes their judgment about what constitutes an alarm-appropriate situation can be a little faulty.

The goal is to get your dog used to whatever it is that’s causing the barking. For example, if your dog barks at people outside the window then sit with him as he looks out the window. When someone approaches pull out the treats, tell him “quiet,” and wait for your dog to stop barking. When he does, praise him and give him a treat. Gradually increase the time he must be quiet before giving a treat. The goal here is to get your dog to associate the stimulus with positivity (rather than barking). 

Once your dog can be comfortably left alone for 90 minutes, she will most likely be able to handle four to eight hours of solitude. However, in the early stages of that comfort level, it’s best to “test” your dog at four hours of solitude, rather than jumping right to a full work day (if possible).[36]

Provide door drills. Ringing the bell, knocking on the door, and arrivals or departures excite puppies or sometimes scare shy pups, so associate the location and sounds with good things for the puppy. Stage arrivals at the front door with an accomplice “visitor” loaded up with treats to toss the pup to help her stop seeing visitors as threats.

It’s a lose-lose situation no matter which side of the fence you’re on. Whether it’s your dog that’s barking or your neighbor’s pooch that won’t stop flapping his jowls, nobody’s happy … including the dog.

Fortunately, keeping a dog from barking is not that hard when you know what you need to do. Dog behaviorists and experts have successfully trained numerous chatty Cathies and the method is always the same: find out why is the dog barking in the first place and treat the cause behind the problem. If your dog is barking because their anxious or scared, you won’t approach the issue the same way you would if they were doing it out of boredom.

Each type of barking serves a distinct function for a dog, and if he’s repeatedly rewarded for his barking—in other words, if it gets him what he wants—he can learn to use barking to his benefit. For example, dogs who successfully bark for attention often go on to bark for other things, like food, play and walks. For this reason, it’s important to train your dog to be quiet on cue so that you can stop his attention-related barking and teach him to do another behavior instead—like sit or down—to get what he wants.

Territorial/Protective/Alarm/Fear: Because this type of barking is often motivated by fear or a perceived threat to their territory or people, it can be lessened by limiting what your dog sees. If he’s in a fenced yard, use solid wood instead of chain fencing. Indoors, limit access to windows and doors or cover them with an opaque film.

Still in the low-distraction environment, add moderate distractions – one at a time – and practice the interrupt. Gradually move up to major distractions in the low-distraction environment. If you lose his automatic response at any step, return to the previous step.

Of course with all dog training the more your dog takes notice of YOU the better! (Something I’ll explain a bit more later on…) So if your dog is not taking a blind bit of notice then we need to go back a couple of steps and get their focus and attention first!

When your dog masters going to his spot, start asking him to sit or down when he gets there. As soon as your dog’s rear end hits the floor on the spot, say “Yes!” and reward him with a tasty treat. Then say “Okay,” and allow him to move off the spot. Repeat these steps at least 10 times per training session.

Ignore the barking. Attention-seeking or request barking may be the only way your dog knows how to behave. Even after you’ve discontinued your reinforcement of that behavior, it will most likely take a while to break your dog of the habit. In the meantime, it’s best to ignore – rather than punish – this attention-seeking behavior.[4]

Greeting/Play: To stop a dog from going into a barking frenzy every time you come home or the doorbell rings, you’ll need to teach him other behaviors. One way is to train your dog to go to a spot and stay there when the door opens. It’s best if they can see the door, but not be too close to it. Pick a spot and practice getting your dog to go there and stay, but don’t touch the door yet. Use lots of treats and praise, making it a game.

Understandably, if your dog is barking because he is anxious, this will really add to his problems. Citronella collars require you to buy replacement cartridges frequently, so can be much more expensive than consulting a veterinary behaviorist.

Relieve the boredom. Many pups bark because they’re lonely or bored. Even if the pup has nothing to bark about, talking to himself may be better than listening to lonely silence. Chew toys that reward the puppy’s attention with tasty treats also fill up the mouth — he can’t bark and chew at the same time. Puzzles toys like the Kong Wobbler can be stuffed with peanut butter, or kibble treats that your pup must manipulate to reach the prize.

work on calming techniques. Do not take her out until she becomes calm. Whenever she is quiet in the presence of the leash give her a treat. at first it will be for any little bit of quiet. then eventually you drag out the length of quiet between treats. It will take some time and consistency. You most likely won’t be walking her right away. She has to learn to be quiet in the presence of the leash, while putting the leash on, and wearing the leash. Good luck!

Dogs naturally will bark to warn you, and this may become a problem if there are lots of things your dog sees, such as birds, cats and people walking by the fence. He may feel the need to alert you to every small thing that approaches. Sometimes it is as simple as blocking off a gate to block the stimulus of people walking past. Dogs will also bark out of boredom, or because they are worried about being alone.

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For best results, vary the amount of time your dog must remain quiet before getting a treat. That way she won’t come to expect a treat after a certain duration of time, and the anticipation will keep her in quiet suspense. For example, after a few weeks of training, alternate between 20 seconds of silence, a whole minute of silence, and 30 or 40 seconds of silence.[11] How to stop a dog from barking

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If your dog barks at cats or birds in the garden, teach your pet a reliable recall that rewards them for turning away from the thing that triggers their vocalisation and coming to you instead. Because you have no control over this situation, you’ll need to apply a problem-solving method that gives you a way to manage it.

You don’t seem to understand that some people have dogs they didn’t get as puppies. Some dogs require special training like this just like people do. Not all dogs can be trained to not bark incessantly. Lucky you if that has been your experience.

Will the dog go into a barking frenzy for half an hour when you get back home from work? Your neighbors will know that you are home and they will surely not enjoy that barking. The problem in this case is that the dog is simply too excited. He loves that you are home and is simply expressing joy. Many pet owners will try to force the dog to stop barking in this case or will try to correct the behavior while being mad. This is a really bad idea.

If you struggle to figure out why your dog is barking and the above advice has not helped, don’t panic. The reasons why dogs bark are not always as straightforward as we would like, and qualified pet behaviourists will be able to help you. Ask your vet or visit the Animal Behaviour and Training Council website to find a qualified local behaviourist who can help you and your pet.

It also helps to teach your dog a specific set of behaviors to do when people come into your home so that he has fewer opportunities to alarm bark. Plus, when your dog performs his new behaviors and receives rewards, he’ll learn that people coming into his and your space is a good thing.

This is the dog who saves his family from a fire, tells us that Timmy’s in the well, scares off the rapist, barks at the dogs on Animal Planet – and goes bonkers every time someone walks past on the sidewalk outside the picture window. Alarm barkers can save lives – but sometimes their judgment about what constitutes an alarm-appropriate situation can be a little faulty.

Do you have a problem barker? It’s best to address the issue now before it gets any worse. Learn how to stop barking and prevent excessive barking in dogs. In most cases, you can curb barking with basic training, mental stimulation, and exercise. In more serious situations, you may need to bring in a trainer or behaviorist. One thing you should not do is ignore the problem. Excessive barking is not likely to improve with out intervention from you.

I just got the Petsafe static collar yesterday. It’s amazing the difference. We have a beagle/terror mix and she was just not tolerable. I can actually sit outside with her now. I don’t hear the neighbors telling us off behind the shrubs.

It is not difficult to build an area for the dog. All that is needed is a way to separate that area from other areas of the home or the backyard. You can use wood, furniture and special items that are found in pet stores. When the dog has his own play area, he can have his time and consume the energy that makes him want to keep barking.

Getting your dog to bark less will take a lot of time and effort. You have to realize that it won’t happen overnight, but luckily you have various tools at your disposable when learning how to get a dog to stop barking.

So what is the best method to stop dog barking?; doubt it is a bark collar. The reason being it works on a level that is the basis of all dog training: consistency and timing.  The moment the dog barks the collar goes off…every time! No human intervention can match the preciseness of a bark collar. The dog quickly learns that barking results in the correction, so as a result stops barking when the collar is being worn.

We took the steps of talking to our neighbor. They got some kind of a squirt collar for the dog when he’s left alone outside, and when he barks, it seems to have helped. A lot depends on how ignorant and inconsiderate your neighbor is. I’d start with trying to make contact and starting a discussion, explaining why it’s a problem. Try to enlist their help before indicating further steps might be necessary. You might be surprised. The ignorance may be that the owner had no idea the dog was doing that. If all fails, then you would be justified in involving the authorities. How to stop a dog from barking

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We just adopted a rescue chihuahua two weeks ago, and while I knew the breed was known for barking, I had no idea what I was getting into. We live in a condo building, and ours tends to bark when he hears noises from outside our unit (which I can’t control). I find myself more sensitive to the barking because I know my upstairs neighbors can hear it, and I don’t want to them to make a formal complaint. I’m going to try #1 and #3 and see how it works (he doesn’t seem to enjoy going outside, so I don’t think exercise is the key for this guy). And now I also realize that saying “no” just made him think we were joining him.

Do not punish your dog for barking at certain sounds, like car doors slamming and kids playing in the street, but then encourage him to bark at other sounds, like people at the door. You must be consistent!

Give your dog more exercise and mental activities to let them have an outlet for their energy. Take them on an uphill walk or a hike instead of the normal daily walk. Train your dog in herding or agility activities for mental stimulation.

I leave you with warning.  If your dog is barking while tied out, or even worse barking and chasing while out on an electric fence or even in a fenced yard, you have  the makings of a time bomb. Dogs who see the world just out of their reach and are allowed to live in an aroused state are the dogs will be go after things when the opportunity arises.

Also, remember to socialize your puppy. Most dogs bark at unfamiliar things that they don’t understand or feel may be a threat. If your pup has grown comfortable with a wide range of scenery and sounds, they will feel less of a need to bark as they will be more confident.

It may help to have your dog wear a head halter at times when he’s likely to bark (for example, on walks or in your house). A halter can have a distracting or calming effect and make your dog less likely to bark. Make sure you reward him for not barking. (Important note: For safety reasons, only let your dog wear the halter when you can supervise him.)

If your dog is rewarded every time he or she chooses to come to you rather than woof, they will start paying much more attention to you than they do to cats or birds, and even if they do start barking at them, they will be much easier to recall.

Thank you for a good message. It’s heartbreaking that such tools are even available and the people that have designed these form of aversive methods should be prosecuted. So many people fuss, love, smother their dog with love and then in the next moment zap them with either citronella, a high beep or electric….unbelievable. Training should be changed to teaching and I thank you for restoring my faith in humanity 🙂

It is much more effective if you can do the dog training yourself with this sort of assistance and you will notice the difference much quicker as you have a hands on approach with things. This training guide saved me and my husband a great deal of money not having to pay for a ‘pro’ dog trainer

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Remember, to a dog barking is often an escalation of other forms of communication. Therefore, just like you don’t want to reward a puppy for barking to get your attention, you also don’t want to reward them for lesser forms of negative noises like whining or growling.

In case this strategy doesn’t work, the only option you have is to invest in sound-proofing your home, or consider moving away, so it’s best to hope you have a neighbor who is willing to train their dog.

Dogs bark for a number of reasons, so it is important to sit back and try to determine why your dog is barking. Some dogs bark for attention, out of boredom, at people or birds and some bark because they are stressed or anxious. A dog barking due to anxiety needs a different approach to a dog who is bored.

***** If your dog is barking to show fear of people or other dogs, by all means listen to them. Do not a extinguish a dog’s warning bark away or you may be left with a dog who bites and fights  seemingly without warning. ******

Hate to burst your bubble but you cannot determine why a dog barks as they are NOT human and cannot tell you why or more importantly, how I can help him stop. All of my dogs (labs) were trained and raised by me. Now that I decided to take on a Rescue Lab, I am taking on someone else’s horrendous lack of training and a major problem they caused. He barks at everything and goes from 0 to 1,000 and scares the living heck out of everyone. From someone just walking outside to any vehicle he can here drive by. Any type of delivery truck including the mail man he turns into Cujo. He’s 3, was locked in a crate in an unfinished basement for the first 3 years of his life. NO Social skills and is very skittish. I know he’s barking because someone screwed him up from every angle, but one thing is for sure, I can’t ask him why he’s barking and how I can help him stop. I need to continue working on him and a bark collar will be my last resort.

If your dog most often barks territorially in your car, teach him to ride in a crate while in the car. Riding in a crate will restrict your dog’s view and reduce his motivation to bark. If crating your dog in your car isn’t feasible, try having your dog wear a head halter in the car instead. (Important note: For safety reasons, only let your dog wear the halter when you can supervise him.) How to stop a dog from barking

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You may also be surprising the dog when you’re in your yard because you don’t go out there often. If the dog is startled by you, you may want to try spending some more time in the yard. That way, nothing will seem out of the ordinary for the dog when you’re there.

The trick in getting the dog to stop barking is assessing the cause. This practically means that you have to identify why your dog barks in the first place and then see what you can do. We cannot tell you why your dog is barking. You want to try to do your best to identify the problem. If you cannot, it is time to contact a dog trainer as he can easily tell you why the dog barks.

If the dog seems to be barking at nothing, he’s likely bored. Boredom, due to lack of exercise and mental is probably the biggest reason for excessive barking. Think honestly about whether your dog is getting enough. How would you feel if you were locked up at home all day with no cell phone, tablet, computer or even television? Not even a book to read. You’d get bored pretty fast.

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Teach your dog the quiet command. The best way to quell alarm barking is by teaching your dog to be quiet on command. Like any training, this will most likely be a time-consuming process that requires patience and consistency. But if you’re willing to put in the time and effort, even the most territorial dog will learn to behave better.[47]

Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not pull on the leash while being walked because they want to be pack leader, top dog, alpha or dominant over their human. There is a much simpler explanation that does not give credence to the myth that dogs are on a quest for world domination!

In dog training, before we can fix any issue, we need to understand it. Barking is a very natural way that dogs vocalize. It’s a dog’s main form of communication, along with growling, grunting, yelping, whining, sighing and howling.

Dog poop eating is GROSS, but not necessarily detrimental to your dog’s health, and it can generally be stopped. Sometimes Coprophagia (when your dog eats his poop), can be an indication of more serious problems though, and you should have your pal checked out by a vet.

If you’re in a location where neighbors won’t complain and the other dogs tolerate the behavior, you might just leave this one alone. With children, however, barking behavior is not appropriate, and the dog should be managed by removing him from the play area, rather than risk bites to children.

Ironic that I should be writing a how to get your dog to stop barking post when for the first time in my life, and after being a pro dog trainer for close to 20 years, I am living with dogs who love the sound of their own voices. Let’s meet the players, shall we.

What do you do when your pit mix has learned tricks and many other good things, but barks so loud and for so long at people it is beyond ridiculous. I think your advice is great; for some dogs. Others, like ours, are not playful barking. He is intimidating people although I don’t think he would ever bite. His bark is so loud in the house it startles us all the time I am worried he will cause a heart attack in my dad.

Rule out medical problems. Sometimes barking is your dog’s way of indicating to you that she is injured or sick. If there is a chance that your dog might have some medical problem or injury, you should take her to see a vet as soon as possible.[66]

Sometimes you just have to admit you have a bad dog and do what you have to do. I wouldn’t have put up with a dog that barks that much over every moving thing. You are having to adjust your lifestyle to accommodate an extremely annoying creature. Draw the line somewhere.

If she seems receptive, show her this article to give her some ideas about how to modify her dog’s barking behavior. If you’re feeling generous, give her a copy of Terry Ryan’s book, The Bark Stops Here, for more in-depth information on barking.

Once you’ve taught your dog the “quiet” command in a calm environment, practice in increasingly distracting situations until your dog can immediately stop barking when asked to, even when that “intruder” arrives at the door.

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Introduce training early, and start the quiet and place commands as soon as they can understand them. This type of early positive conditioning will help ensure that your dog never becomes a problem barker in the first place.

These collars stop dog barking by delivering a shot of citronella, a short noise, or a small shock near the dog’s face to detract it from making noise. The problem with this solution though is that it doesn’t give any positive reinforcement when the dog is behaving, nor does it address the underlying problem of the dog being bored and having pent-up energy. How to stop a dog from barking

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Meet your neighbor in person. Hand-written notes can be ignored and don’t lead to a dialogue. Communicating the issues you’re having with your neighbor’s dog is key. If you find that they are new dog owners and don’t have much experience, you can point them to helpful training guides like this one or recommend a local trainer.

This point is a biggie that even Cesar Millan can get behind. Barrack says that if your dog spends all day at home alone while you’re at work and has just a few hours of freedom before bed, it only makes sense that it’s restless at night. “They have pent up energy, are excited to see you and just want some attention. Exercise is the best solution for this cause of barking. One option is sending your dog to doggie day care where they can have a tiring day, running around and playing all day with other dogs. Alternatively, you and your dog can exercise together. A long walk or run will help tire both of you out before bedtime,” she explains.

Making sure your dog gets exercise is always a great start. “A tired dog is a good dog and one who is less likely to bark from boredom or frustration,” the Humane Society of the United States suggests.

Bark collars. And finally there are bark collars that automatically set off an interrupter when the dog wearing the bark collar barks. Some bark collars emit a noise, some bark collars a blast of air or citronella and some use an electric stimulation between two points on the collar that limit the feeling to that area. They can all work. My experience has been that the electronic one is the most successful and most important only the dog wearing it feels the interrupter. The citronella spray bark collar and the noise bark collar can be triggered if other dogs close by are barking. With any form of bark collar, however, I would recommend you seek expert advice before using one.

If you find this technique too slow you can try the reverse direction method. When your dog pulls, issue a ‘Let’s Go’ cue, turn away from him and walk off in the other direction, without jerking on the leash.

Outside, you might consider putting slats in the chain link fence to cut down on his visual access to the world surrounding his yard (better yet, install a privacy fence) or put up an interior fence to block his access to the more stimulating parts of the yard. Given that alarm barking will inevitably occur, it’s also useful to teach him a positive interrupt – a cue, other than “Shut up!” that you can use to stop him in mid-bark. (See “The Positive Interrupt,” to the right of this page.)

Attention-seeking: When you hear this bark, you will usually know just what it means. This bark says “Hey! Hey! Look! Here I am!” Other dogs may whine and bark together to get attention, almost like the tone of a whining child.

The no-bark collar has received quite a few critics whose points should be brought to light. Bark collars, while they discourage problem barking can also discourage all barking in some more sensitive dogs. On the topic of sensitive dogs it is also true that some dogs can be particularly sensitive to one type of bark collar or another so it is recommended that you discuss all of your options with your vet prior to using a bark collar. For some dogs the shock collar is too painful, while others seem to be unaffected by it. For some dogs that still have the natural instinct to disguise their scent the citronella bark collar can start the dog rolling on the floor trying to disguise their scent with the citronella. For some dogs the ultrasound noise just does not deter the dog from barking so it really is beneficial to know your dog and know your options when it comes to using a bark collar on your dog.

Gently closing your dog’s mouth. If you have a dog that will bark and ‘sport’ at people or other animals a head halter, such as a Gentle Leader that enables you to close his mouth and guide him into an acceptable behavior is a big advantage. Introduce the halter so your dog accepts it willingly and, when an unwanted bark happens, lift the leash so the dog’s mouth and he is guided into a sit. Now move again and change your direction creating attention to you as you move elsewhere. So, we stop dog barking, we gain attention and we redirect to an acceptable behavior in one simple step.

Leave distractions for your dog. In addition to exercise, leaving distractions around the house is a great way to inhibit problem behaviors like boredom barking. You can use a puzzle toy stuffed with peanut butter, or simply toss a handful of treats in various places around the room. You can also leave a radio or television on for the dog so the sound will distract her.[65]

Dogs that are bored have no way to release their energy. You want to be sure that the dog has different ways to let off some steam and have fun. You might think that the dog is getting enough exercise and plays enough but according to the dog, this may be incorrect. Every single dog has his own personality. You want to learn what your dog wants to do. If there is a need to offer more entertainment, you need to take steps to do that.

Bringing an outdoor dog inside will lessen the noise impact on neighbors, and provide extra security for your home. It’s also safer, because dogs left alone outside can face theft, escapes, poisoning, harassment, and other dangers. How to stop a dog from barking

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I starten siger du ”Lad os gå ud og tisse og pølle” (eller hvad du måtte ønske) hver time eller halvanden og skynder dig (ingen kaffepauser undervejs) sammen med hvalpen, som er i snor til toiletstedet (i din have, udenfor hoveddøren af dit hus eller lejlighed). Stå stille med din hund i snor og småsnak gerne med hunden. Giv din hund 3 minutter til at tømme sig.

Det sidste emne, Eva tager op, er noget, der lyder selvfølgeligt, når hun fortæller om det, men som alligevel bliver overset af de fleste hundeejere, nemlig passivitetstræning. For hånden på hjertet, hvem prioriterer bare at være sammen med sin hund på gåturen, når man kan træne indkald, søge efter godbidder eller kaste legetøj?

Vi med Hund er magasinet til alle, der elsker livet med hund. I hvert nummer af magasinet har vi interviews med hundeejere, også de kendte, der deler ud af deres erfaringer, og vi guider dig til træning, kost, sundhed og velvære for din hund. Du får også inspiration til aktiviteter, shopping mm., og har mulighed for at få svar på spørgsmål fra Vi med Hunds eksperter.

122 gjorde Iioldt ved hvert Hus, hvor der boede velhavende folk, en medfølgende Musikant spillede op, og»e Dien«med hele Lavet sang: I lukke op jer Stuedør, Lad Nvtaar ind til jer gaa! Velkommen Nvtaar og velkommen her. Vi ere velkomne i lierrens Aar og velkomne her. Med Glæde og med Gammen med lielbred allesammen’ Velkommen Nvtaar o. s. v. Med Plommer og med Pærer, som Sommeren frembærer. Velkommen o. s. v. Med lange Rug paa tljolde (Stænge) og favre foiler i Stolde (Foler paa Stalden). Med fisk udi vor fænge og smukke Piger i Senge. Saa Vuggen den kan gange med dejlige Børn og mange. Nu har den Vise Ende; alt ondt Gud fra os vende! Lavets Præst holdt derpaa en Tale:»Giver Rum her i li uset! Husbond og Ilustru maa ikke fortænke os i, at vi bruge den gamle Sej (Sæd, Skik) og Sædvane, som de unge Karle pleje at bruge en Nytaarsaften. Saa vil jeg sige, som den gamle Bernhardus haver sagt:»ilvo som giver en liden Del, giver Gud en fuld Del ig en«. Vi er alle Slags Ilaandværksmænd: Skræddere, Skomagere, Suddere (Skoflikkere), jeg er selv en Sudder, jeg har en Syl i min fik, og vil I ikke tro det, kan I faa den at se. Vi rejste alligevel fyrretyve Mil, før vi fik et Styng syed paa vores egne Sko. Vi rejste igennem Rusland, Tyskland, Roland, Poland, Rotland, Skotland, og

Husk at der også bliver brugt gelatine – som jo også stammer fra køerne – som overtræk på piller, i slik og i mange andre ting. Slikket kan man jo undgå – specielt når barnet kun er 2 år. Men hvad med vitaminpiller eller andet medicin. Hvad med æg, kylling, vand, luft eller alt muligt andet? Hvad med blegemiddel i bleer (og toiletpapir) det giver også allergier? Hvad med antibakterieller midler i sæbe, shampoo, vaskepulver og tandpasta, der skaber resistens og ødelægger imunforsvar? Hvad med et bad i vesterhavet – hvor olieindustrien lukker så meget gift ud, der ødelægger arveanlæg, og er kræftfremkaldende?

· bliver “jaloux”, når familiemedlemmer beskæftiger sig med hinanden. Hvis hunden er venlig og omgængelig, betyder denne adfærd dog ikke, at den er usikker på sin position i familien, men blot at den gerne vil være med, når de øvrige i “flokken” foretager sig noget sammen.

Du kan overveje “Ti stille” som kommando frem for at skælde ud. Lad hunden gø to-tre gange, ros den for at advare dig, og sig så “ti stille” og hold en godbid op. Hunden vil omgående stoppe med at gø, fordi den kan lugte godbidden, mens den gør. Giv den belønningen efter et par sekunder. Forlæng gradvist tiden fra den stopper med at gø, til du giver belønningen. På den måde kan du få din hund til at holde op med at gø i helt op til to minutter på en enkelt træningsrunde, se clicker træning. Men hvis du bliver bekymret over overdreven gøen, som du ikke kan kontrollere, bør du tale med dyrlægen om, hvad du så kan gøre, for eksempel træning med en specialist på området eller terapi.

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My dog is stubborn to train and likes to yap at everything. The collar beeps immediately with a bark and will vibrate after several barks. I cant believe it but our little guy is now a quiet dog overall. My Neighbors are now at peace! I highly recommend this collar!

Måske kunne det være godt bare at sidde et sted hvor der sker meget i længere tid. Ligesom vi gjorde, da hunden var helt lille. Bare sidde stille, evt. med et frossent leverpostejben eller lign. og nusse og se folk/hunde gå forbi uden kontakt til dem.

Lisbeth ♥Figorina♥: jeg tror vi alle forstår hvordan det er at have en forbi, men aldrig om man slår på forbien! Jeg slår da heller ikke en forbipasserende rocker, fordi jeg virkelig bliver bange når jeg ser sådanne, efter en ubehagelig oplevelse jeg har haft… Ellers havde der nok ikke været så mange rockere tilbage

181 Drengene spillede Klink. En tog en Søsling og slog den mod Muren, saa den fløj et Stykke ud. Modparten skulde derpaa søge at slaa sin Søsling saa tæt hen til den anden, at han kunde spænde dertil med Tommelfinger og Langfinger; saa havde han vundet. Paa Bygaden drev Karlene Trillespil Søndag Eftermiddag. De var delt i to Partier, der skiftedes til at kaste en Trille, en rund Træskive, frem og tilbage imellem sig hen ad Jorden. Hvert Parti var udstyret med Mødekæppe til at standse den trillende Skive med. Der kunde ved det Spil vanke nogle slemme Knubs. Naar Trillen i fuld fart blev ramt af Kæppen, fløj den tit til Vejrs, og saa kunde den slaa haardt for hvem der fik den i Hovedet. Man morede sig ogsaa med at gaa Balancegang. Man stillede en fjæl op paa Kant og saa, hvem der kunde gaa bedst hen ad den. Pigerne spillede Ieo: de gravede et lille aflangt Hul, og deri lagdes den korte Del af Jeppespillet ; saa slog en med den lange Kæp, saa den korte fløj i Vejret, og saa slog hun to-tre Gange til den. Derpaa maaltes der med den lange Kæp hen til Graven, og hvem der først fik det aftalte Antal Maal, havde vundet. Børnene legede Tik, en Slags Tagfat; Enkemand, og Hest (hvor den ene»kørte«den anden). Om Vinteren var det en god Leg at køre paa Slæde. Drengene løb desuden paa Skøjter og pigede med Slæder, d. e. stagede Slæderne frem paa Isen med en Pigkæp. Saa var der med Slæden en Leg, som kaldtes at russe om Pæl. Midt paa et Gadekær blev der hugget et Hul i Isen, og der blev der drevet en lang Pæl ned. Om Pælens øverste Ende blev der Jagt en Løkke eller en Ring, og deri fastgjordes et langt Reb. I Enden af Rebet blev der bundet en Slæde med Ring i Siden, saa at Slæden kunde løbe fremad i Kreds. Paa Slæden tog en eller et Par Stykker Plads, og de andre tog nu fat i Rebet, og saa gik det rundt om Pælen, saa den yderste Ende med Kælken kom i en rasende fart. Var nogen saa uheldig at falde af, gik det ikke altid af uden et slemt Stød.

Så har man muligheden allerede mens hunden er hvalp, så vil jeg klart anbefale at den ikke er alene i haven. Det kan være for sent når vi først kommer ud når skaden er sket, og stressniveauet er kommet op i aktiviteten.

Der er selvfølgelig også de hunde, som gearer helt op, så snart bildøren åbnes, og de ved, at NU skal der ske noget spændende. De kan starte en lettere hylen, allerede inden der sættes i første gear, fordi de bare ved, at det her bliver godt. Det er selvfølgelig dejligt med en glad og forventningsfuld hund, men turen kan godt blive noget lang, hvis det skal foregå sådan hele vejen.

Hej Jeg har en lille langhåret chihuahua på ca. 2 kg. Vil citrushalsbåndet være noget vi kan bruge eller er hunden for lille. Han gør af alle – både mennesker og dyr. Han gør intet – tværtimod og er også meget sky overfor folk han ikke kender. Håber I kan hjælpe mig. Mvh Maj-Brit

114 Saaledes gik det til f. Eks. i lielleved. Efterhaanden var det mest Drenge fra Sønderborg, der ved Juletid strejfede ud paa Landet for at tigge, og ligeledes fra Nerborg: De kom gerne en 3 Stykker sammen og var iførte hvide Skjorter. Siernen var overklistret med en Del bibelske Billeder, der forestillede Kristi fødsel. Endnu efter Krigen 1864 gik dog en gammel Mand fra Guderup, ved Navn lians Detlev, omkring med Stjernen, iført en saadan Dragt. – Det var i det hele en Skik, der holdt sig temmelig længe, at Børn gik omkring og sang lige ind til Jul, hvad enten det nu var Landsbybørn eller Købstadbørn; naar de var klædt som bibelske Personer og pyntede med Kranse og Baand, kaldtes de Hellekrister. Naar de havde sunget deres Salmevers, fik de en lille Gave, mest Kager og deslige, undertiden ogsaa Penge. De var en Slags Budbringere om den tilstundende Højtid. Men i Hus og Gaard var der Slid og Jag for at faa alt beredt til at modtage Højtiden. Overalt i Gaarden, hvor det tiltrængtes, blev der kalket og pudset. Bonden selv lappede Dagligstuens Gulv med Ler, som han drev i Hullerne med en Klapper og en»jornfru«. En Pige maatte en af de sidste Dage med en blød Teglsten glatte og hvidte det ujævne Lergulv i forstuen. En anden Pige vuggede et stort Træfad mellem Knæene. hvorved hun fik en stor Jærnkugle til at løbe rundt deri og male Sennopen, der skulde bruges til Højtidens flæsk. – Julemjød blev sammenkogt af Honningen fra Sommeren. Sødt Juleøl blev brygget, og af Efteraarets Æbler pressedes der Æblemost i store Mængder. Tøjet blev vadsket, tørret og manglet og lagt hen for at være i Orden. Det var uheldigt, hvis der var mange Regnvejrsdage før Jul, og det vaskede Tøj ikke kunde tørres; for Julen over maatte intet Tøj – end ikke en Gulvklud – s hænge ude, — saa vilde man snart komme til at klæde Lig, – i hvert fald inden næste Aar var omme. – Der blev bagt, saa der var rigeligt f orraad. lios de bedre stillede blev der til Julen hovedsagelig bagt Hvedebrød, d. e. Brød af livede, og i Helligdagene blev der udelukkende spist Hvedebrød. I hvert Hus blev der bagt en Mængde Æbleskiver (Etelkager). Juleaftendags Formiddag gik Husmød-

I de fleste daginstitutioner bliver der lavet en madplan hver uge også kan man jo bare selv sørge for mad til sit barn den dag hvor de får det du ikke syns dit barn skal have, og til Jesper det er rigtigt at hvis du har et børnehavebarn der sidder med sin madpakke og de andre får noget andet så har du balladen , men det sker næppe med vuggestuebørn, og når de skal i børnrhave har de jo alle madpakke med ved du

Bark Control

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DO NOT let your dog bark constantly outside, regardless of the reason. You can hardly train her to stop barking by yelling at her across the yard. Plus, it is one of the fastest ways to turn neighbors into enemies and send an invitation to your local police.

Before you can stop a dog from barking, it’s helpful to understand why he’s doing it. Dogs bark for all sorts of reasons, but it’s all a method of communication, says certified canine trainer and behaviorist Susie Aga, owner of Atlanta Dog Trainer.

If all else fails and your neighbor is making no attempt to curb the barking, it may be time to file a noise complaint. Talk to your other neighbors and see if they are as bothered by the barking as you are. Urge them to file a similar complaint. Look up your local laws, as different areas have different laws that govern dog barking and noise complaints.

Once your dog can reliably bark on command, teach him the “quiet” command. In a calm environment with no distractions, tell him to “speak.” When he starts barking, say “quiet” and stick a treat in front of his nose. Praise him for being quiet and give him the treat.

The collar wasn’t used properly and you obviously weren’t interested in the welfare of your dog if you weren’t checking how it was affecting it. Sounds like the collar was on constantly without checking to make sure it wasn’t hurting the dog. Maybe you had it turned all the way up. A lower setting barely shocks.

Once you discover the true reason for the behavior, you can begin to learn how to get a dog to stop barking. The method that you use to stop the behavior will vary depend on the reason why your dog is making the nuisance noise in the first place. Don’t worry, I’ll explain everything you need to know about learning how to get a dog to stop barking in this article.

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Also, remember to socialize your puppy. Most dogs bark at unfamiliar things that they don’t understand or feel may be a threat. If your pup has grown comfortable with a wide range of scenery and sounds, they will feel less of a need to bark as they will be more confident.

Get backup from other neighbors. If your neighbor ignores your requests or doesn’t make a change after you’ve asked politely, it can help to get neighbors involved. Talk to other people who live nearby to see if they’re also being kept awake by the dog. You can then talk to your neighbor again as a group. This time your requests are likely to be taken seriously.

In fact I was working with one yesterday! (A poor little Golden Doodle who was annoying the neighbors…the owners had tried everything and were just about to strap on an electric shock collar!) Not cool!

Do not encourage your dog to bark at sounds, such as pedestrians or dogs passing by your home, birds outside the window, children playing in the street and car doors slamming, by saying “Who’s there?” or getting up and looking out the windows.

You want some control over your dog’s voice, but don’t lose sight of the value of his vocal communications; he may be trying to tell you something important. If you ignore him you might find your horses on the highway, the house burned to the ground, or Timmy in the well.

Then one day you decided not to get up and ignore the barking thinking this would nip the behavior in the bud. It did not work, your dog very likely barked even more than before. Why is this? It is because of the process of ”extinction burst”. Basically, your dog is thinking ”My owners this morning are not getting up as usual. I need to INCREASE, my barking in intensity and duration so they get up since just barking a little is not working”. She therefore barked more and perhaps you or somebody else in your family finally tired of hearing her, finally got up.

If you decide you want to give in, however, Spaulding says it’s best to do that after the first or second bark, if you can, because waiting teaches dogs they have to bark a lot to get what they want, and they may become very pushy in the future.

Watch out for extinction bursts and behavior chains. When you’re trying to make a behavior go away by ignoring it, your dog may increase the intensity of his behavior – “I WANT IT NOW!” This is an extinction burst. If you succumb, thinking it’s not working, you reinforce the more intense behavior, and your dog is likely to get more intense, sooner, the next time. If you stick it out and wait for the barking to stop, you’re well on your way to making it go away. You have to be more persistent – and consistent – than your dog.

I have had my 7 year old rescue dog for 4 years, and all of a sudden, she has started barking almost all night long. How can I get her stop barking, since the only thing that works now is for me to use earplugs at night.

If barking is a problem on your walks, using some of the same methods utilized in loose leash training may help. Hold treats in your hand, giving some out as you walk along. The idea is to encourage your dog to focus on you and not any distractions. Let him sniff and see the palmed treats from time to time so he knows what you have. Use a special treat that your dog doesn’t normally get and keep the pieces small so your dog can chew and swallow them easily while walking. Train your dog to “sit/stay” while people pass, allowing him to say hello only if the other person wants to. Praise, reward, and consistency are very important to make this work, but after a few days or a week, you should see a marked difference and can start spacing the use of treats farther apart.

Leash issues are a huge problem for the dog-owning public and a leading culprit for why so many otherwise healthy dogs are doomed to life (or usually more accurately, an early death) in animal shelters. Whether it’s simple leash-pulling or more significant leash reactivity and leash aggression, the primary thing to keep in mind is that these issues are almost always preventable and manageable when using positive training methods. How to stop a dog from barking

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Depending on the breed and its personal character, some dogs are just like super heroes like mine when it comes to barking. First if something like barking competition competition ever exist. His barks are so piercing and High-pitched. Shock dog bark collar get him to behave right. We now recommends it strongly on our dog training website. Training them may take time, collars get them instant training. If it is a very aggressive dog, then he gets the correction most times and get along as time goes on. It all depends on the owner. Would you like to get complaints and issues because of your lovely dog?

Alarm barking is very similar to territorial barking in that it’s triggered by sights and sounds. However, dogs who alarm bark might do so in response to things that startle or upset them when they’re not on familiar turf. For example, a dog who barks territorially in response to the sight of strangers approaching will usually only do so when in his own home, yard or car. By contrast, a dog who habitually alarm barks might vocalize when he sees hears strangers approaching in other places, too. Although territorial barking and alarm barking are a little different, the recommendations below apply to both problems.

A dog that is tired is actually a dog that is really happy. This is something that many dog owners do not understand. We need to know that dogs are active. They simply want to do something. Above we said that dogs that are bored will start barking. You can take care of that by giving the dog many activities that he can do. Since he does not stay and always does something, he will be happy. Eventually he will get tired and the tired dog will always be really quiet.

Ignore the barking. Attention-seeking or request barking may be the only way your dog knows how to behave. Even after you’ve discontinued your reinforcement of that behavior, it will most likely take a while to break your dog of the habit. In the meantime, it’s best to ignore – rather than punish – this attention-seeking behavior.[4]

Saying something positive like “Thank you” or “Good dog” starts training the owner to think of barking as a positive thing, which helps the dog to calm down sooner. Remember the Dobermans in the non-burgled house?

Anxiety or Fear: Dogs also bark when they are unsure or scared. They may use barking as they run away the same way a human would scream. They may also use sound as a defense mechanism to keep their attacker at a distance. Dogs learn early that the best defense is often a good offense.

Recognize compulsive/boredom barking. If your dog barks compulsively for no reason, or tends to bark when she’s left alone (in the yard, for example), she may be engaging in boredom barking. Dogs that bark when left alone may be experiencing separation anxiety, but there are usually other symptoms which accompany that problem, like destructive behavior, bathroom problems, and following you around when you’re home. Common signs of compulsive or boredom barking include:

“Often, a dog’s bark means he’s bored or frustrated, and he wants us to fix it,” she says. “In situations where you’re not sure what the cause of the barking is, it’s fair to assume your dog would like to interact with you.”

I took my puppy from a dog foster home about a year ago. I love him to bits; he has a great personality, and I feel that he loves our family so much. But he barks a lot. So, leaving home is always a challenge for us.

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If your dog likes to play fetching games, try teaching them to retrieve a toy or other item when the situation occurs that sets them off. Asking them to “go to bed” is also something you could try as this removes them from the area that the trigger is coming from and asks them to concentrate on a neutral task that they are already familiar with.

Unless a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist or veterinary behaviorist advises you to do otherwise, never use punishment procedures if your dog is barking out of fear or anxiety. This could make him feel worse and, as a result, his barking might increase.

We rescued a lab and we’re told she was locked up in a chicken coop and neglected Over the past few years she has been great except for one continuing problem. When she sees other dogs, especially in the car, she barks ferociously and at times claws at the window. Over time we have learned that although she appears agressive, she actually is just wanting to get to the to see them. She does the same thing to a lesser degree outside and as soon as she meets the dog she is fine and never agressive. My thought is it stems from the past neglect and yearning for attention Any thoughts on how to address this, especially in the car?? Thanks

In a dog’s mind, even yelling at her to stop is considered attention. If you lose your patience and yell at your dog, she will probably bark for even longer next time, because she will have been conditioned to expect any kind of response (even a negative response).[5]

Before you call the trainer though, based on the situation you are in, there are some pretty simple things that you can try. The fact that the dog barks too loud or too often may be a sign that he wants you to understand something. It is really important that you do all that you can to identify the cause.

Block the dog’s view. If the dog barks every time it sees movement, blocking its view of your movements might help. Increase the height of your fence or close off areas where the dog sees movement. If the dog is being set off by your cats or other pets moving in the yard at night, this might be enough to quieten the dog.

Teaching replacement behaviors may be time consuming, but ultimately it is the best way to encourage desirable behavior. Instead of responding to your dog’s vocal requests to play, for example, teach her to bring her favorite toy to you and set it on the floor.[13]

One tool that may help with this training is a head halter. It looks somewhat like a combination collar/muzzle, but it allows the dog to breath and drink. Used with supervision (never leave it on the dog when he is alone), it may have a controlling and calming effect on your walks and at home, reducing the likelihood of barking. A head halter does not replace training, rewards and praise, but is a tool to help you in your counter-bark training.

Below you will see 13 ways to get your dog to stop barking. They are pretty effective. In most situations the tips will help you to stop this behavior. However, you want to use due diligence. Make sure that you always focus on the cause of the barking, not trying to just stop it.

Dogs are social animals who like to live in family groups and it is common for them to become upset when they are left on their own for longer than they feel comfortable with. This is called ‘separation anxiety’ and we have lots of information about this here.

Dog cameras like Petcube Bites let you not only know when your dog is barking, but let you correct it using two-way audio, and distract them using a laser pointer or treats. A pet treat camera can be a great way to stop your dog from barking even when you’re not at home. Some cameras even have “bark alerts” that send you push notifications every time your dog makes noise so that you can address the problem before your neighbors get angry.

Now add stay into your exercise. Stand next to your dog’s spot. Ask him to sit or lie down, say “Stay” and wait one second. Then say “Yes!” or “Good!” and give him a treat. After you deliver the treat, say “Okay” to release your dog from the stay and encourage him to get off the spot. Repeat this sequence at least 10 times per training session. Progressively increase from one second to several seconds, but vary the time so that sometimes you make the exercise easy (a shorter stay) and sometimes you make it hard (a longer stay). If your dog starts to get up before you say “Okay,” say “Uh-uh!” or “Oops!” and immediately ask him to sit or lie down on his spot again. Then make the exercise a little easier the next few times by asking your dog to hold the stay for a shorter time. Avoid pushing your dog to progress too fast or testing him to see how long he can hold the stay before getting up. This sets your dog up to fail. You want him to be successful at least 8 out of 10 times in a row.

Barking in the morning for the purpose of waking up the owners and eliciting them to start their day early is a form of nuisance barking. What increases this form of barking is obviously the act of getting up and attending to the dog by giving it food or attention. To better understand though why a dog continues to bark in the morning despite not getting up and attending to the dog, it helps to understand all the mechanisms that come into play when a behavior is about to extinguish.

Greeting/Play: To stop a dog from going into a barking frenzy every time you come home or the doorbell rings, you’ll need to teach him other behaviors. One way is to train your dog to go to a spot and stay there when the door opens. It’s best if they can see the door, but not be too close to it. Pick a spot and practice getting your dog to go there and stay, but don’t touch the door yet. Use lots of treats and praise, making it a game.

So you have a dog barking problem – What solutions are out there? Trying to stop your dog barking should start with finding out why it is barking in the first pace. This article looks at some motivations for dog barking, what works and what doesn’t!

Try to distinguish between barking that stems from needing to use the bathroom (which is a valid need to vocalize) and barking over every minor desire, such as wanting to come on the couch or be given more attention.[2]

Bark on command. Another approach that can work is to teach your dog to bark on command, or “speak,” and then command him to be quiet. If you use treats or even verbal praise – do wait a few seconds after dog has finished barking before rewarding him. What you don’t want him to think is that he is being rewarded for barking when really he is being rewarded for being quiet. To get him to bark initially you can have someone ring your doorbell or you can encourage him to bark by “barking” yourself. Have him on a leash during the exercise so that you can distract and stop the barking with a light pop of the leash. To make the response even better teach your dog that he can bark at the doorbell but then must be quiet and go to a place near the door where he can watch who is at the door and allow them to come in. This can give a very effective security touch to a home. Dog barks, owners says “Quiet,” and he stops barking, showing he is under control. When the door is opened he is sat watching and waiting for anything that could be a threat. One word – “Speak” – has him barking again. So by teaching the commands – “Speak,” “Quiet,” and “Place,” – you have a dog that is both under control, yet ready to give a warning or even threaten if required.

Caveat: Be careful when teaching your dog to bark on cue. Once he learns a bark can make you click! the clicker, he may try demand-barking – and you may get more “speak” than you want. For this reason, I don’t teach my dog to bark on cue unless they already tend to bark too much, in which case it’s useful for teaching “quiet!”

Crate training your puppy. A puppy barking in his crate may stop if covered with a cloth sheet so he is not stimulated to bark by what he sees. With a cover over it, the crate also feels more like a den and hence more secure. Some puppies will stop barking if allowed to sleep in their crate next to the owners’ bed, or with a belonging that smells of the owner or their siblings. When your puppy is in the crate do get to know the sounds he makes and unless it is an emergency for the bathroom do not go and open the crate or let the puppy out when the puppy barks. If you do he will learn to bark demanding to be let out and in this way tell you what to do. Sometimes a squirt bottle of water can be used to direct a spray at a puppy that barks in the crate but I have seen dogs that enjoy this too and make a game out of it. Plus, it can make quite a mess.

If your dog most often barks territorially in your yard, keep him in the house during the day and supervise him when he’s in the yard so that he can’t just bark his head off when no one’s around. If he’s sometimes able to engage in excessive alarm barking (when you’re not around, for example), that behavior will get stronger and harder to reduce.

Problem: lack of nutrients in his diet – Dogs that have parasites or worms do not digest food properly, because the parasites consume many of the nutrients. Dogs may try to re-digest the food to get all of the nutrients they can from it.

Ok, our’s goes nuts when she sees an animal on TV (lunging, snarling and barking). She goes nuts when someone rides by on a bike or skateboard (lunging, snarling and barking). She goes nuts when someone walks by on the sidewalk (lunging, snarling and barking). She goes nuts if she sees any animal….ever (lunging, snarling and barking). She goes nuts if kids play in their yards (lunging, snarling and barking). She goes nuts if a neighbor mows their lawn (lunging, snarling and barking). I’ve been trying to train her by providing instant, unwavering correction, but she is unable to resist her instincts. She is unable to break her focus without being strongly corrected. Frankly, I’m sick of fighting with her. I’m for the bark collar or a remote controlled training collar. How to stop a dog from barking